LIRC Programs

African American Parent Advisory Academy

This three-part training is for district and site-based African American Parent Advisory Councils (AAPAC). Each session will provide AAPAC members with resources that support their council goals. The training sessions are: Part I: Starting and Structuring Your AAPAC Part II: Multicultural Partnerships and Evaluation Presentations Part III: Rewarding and Recognizing…


Alternative Education Network

The Alternative Education Administrators Learning Network will meet six times a year to share research-based strategies for increasing student engagement, increasing rigor in the classroom, increasing focus on college/career preparation, and to discuss other key challenges that students in alternative education settings often experience. The network will incorporate strategies such…


Assistant Principals Leadership Academy

This unique academy is designed on a case-by-case basis to meet the needs of the interested school district. The facilitator works closely with the district contact to design and deliver a rich, impactful academy in order to more thoroughly equip assistant principals to be well-prepared for the principalship.


Clear Administrative Services Credential Program

The Leadership Institute of Riverside County is proud to offer the California Administrative Services Credential (CASC) Program, a job-embedded, individualized coaching program for recently hired school administrators working under the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential (PASC). New administrators must begin a CASC Program within one year of beginning an administrative position.


Equity Team Institute

Teams will work collaboratively to deepen their understanding and develop skills, strategies, and resources needed to support students from diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.


High School Principal Learning Network

The High School Principal Network is an ongoing network that consists of six schools from different districts. This network meets six times during the school year, with the goal being to share best practices, increase all metrics related to the eight State Priority areas, with an emphasis on college/career readiness….


Leadership Challenge

The Leadership Challenge captures the essence of the time-honored work of Jim Kouzes and Dr. Barry Z. Posner as an evidence-based approach to achieving extraordinary results. More than 25 years of research and data collected by over three million leaders have substantiated the practices and behaviors as being positively associated…


Leadership Network Forum

School and district leaders will participate in an engaging information session led by Kim Bearden from The Ron Clark Academy. Throughout the session, leaders will have an opportunity to collaborate with others and discuss insights gained that will assist with the implementation of the district’s Local Control and Accountability Plan…


Leading School Teams Workshops

Leading School Teams is a structured process that builds the capacity of principals and teacher team leaders to facilitate deep conversations with colleagues that build trust. Learn why teams of teachers and the work they do matters and how to strengthen team dynamics to meet student learning goals. This training…


Middle School Principals Collaborative

The Middle School Principal Learning Collaborative will be limited to six principals from Riverside County whose districts/site principals demonstrate a strong commitment to improving the high school readiness of 8th grade students. There will be four meetings during the year. The meetings will be specifically focused on improving high school…


Middle School Principals Network

The Middle School Principal Network is open to middle school principals and meets two times a year. These network meetings provide the forum for middle school administrators to meet with other like-minded principals from around the county and form meaningful professional relationships. At the network meetings, participants will receive updates…


New Principals Learning Network

The New Principal Network will meet five times during the year. This unique network will support both new principals as well as experienced principals interested in addressing strategies essential for success in the principal role. Participants will engage meet together to learn from each other, benefit from knowledgeable guest speakers,…


Preliminary Administrative Services Credential

RCOE is proud to announce the September 2017 launch of its new Preliminary Administrative Services Credential (PASC) Program, recently approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Our program was designed by a group of outstanding Riverside County educators dedicated to meeting the unique needs of our county’s aspiring administrators.


Unconscious Bias Training

This training, provided through the California Teachers Association Human Rights Department, will explore the understanding of cognitive biases and the influence those biases have on our perceptions and the decisions we make to enhance student learning and teaching in our increasingly diverse schools. Participants will receive tools to increase awareness…